New ‘pink’ wines are anything but boring

Rosé or blanc de noir is great on balmy summer days

At the end of the day, although some avoid it like the plague, it’s a low-hanging fruit and, happily, there are plenty of fish in the sea and a lid for every pot. Like the paragraph above, pink wine easily becomes a cliché – associated with spring and summer, and ladies-who-lunch, light and insubstantial, not to be taken too seriously; real wine lovers don’t drink pink, and so on.

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